About Baccarat and Video Poker

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About Baccarat and Video Poker

Post by Porsrun » Mon 11 Feb 2019, 04:34

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When playing allnewgclub baccarat the main object of the game is to assemble two or three cards with a value as close to nine as possible. The best winning combination is with a count of nine with two cards. Eight along with nine makes part of the two "natural" hands and is the second best hand. That means that the only hand to beat the natural eight is natural nine. When a player or the Bank has either of two natural hands, others don't have the right to draw any more cards.

The cards have their face value, while the aces count as one and the picture cards as ten. In case you have a double figure count, the first digit is ignored, For example, if you have a total card value of 17, the count is seven.

The player who has the largest amount of money is usually declared as the banker. In Baccarat Banque and rotates in Chemin de Fer this is the casino. Three hands of two cards each are dealt by the banker face down. Two hands are for the players, one to the right and one the left of the banker, and one is own hand. Other players who didn't receive a hand mau place their bets on either hand (cheval) or both to beat the banker. A player can declare "banco", which means he's betting the total value of the bank. In this case all other bets are withdrawn.

In case a player has a count less than eight or nine he may get one more card or stand. The rule is that having six or seven the player must stand and draw on four or less.

History of Video Poker

For many, video poker may seem like something new in the world of gambling. Fact is that video poker was around for a longer time that you might think. Its modern variation we see in most online casinos remains to be as popular as the first video poker machines introduced in land-based casinos.

The Early Years of Video Poker

It may be a big surprise to many, but video poker can be considered as the predecessor of slot machines. In 1891, in Brooklyn, New York, Sittman and Pitt have created a machine that had five drums with card symbols printed on them. By pulling the lever, and spinning the drums, the player would get a poker hand, which would determine his winning. Looks pretty much like modern slot machines, don't you think?

Video Poker in the 20th Century

It was not until the '70's, when the true video poker was developed. Dale Electronics' Poker-Matic developed in 1970 was the first electronic video poker machine installed in the casinos. People were suspicious about electronic mechanisms at first, but with time video poker became very popular. A decade later you couldn't find a casino not having a video poker machine in it, with numerous variations of the game been developed. The fact that you didn't have to interact with other players made video poker extremely popular and has generated amazing income to casinos.

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